Flashback of the Week - September 17th 2014

By Kayleigh Portrey

See Eddie Guerrero and JBL’s bloody battle from Judgment Day 2004 in its entirety courtesy of Kayleigh Portrey’s Flashback of the Week, here.

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Breaking Up Is Easy To Do

Unstoppable Forces and Immovable Objects - Old School Is Cool!

By Vincent Ferrari

There’s a famous old song by Neil Sedaka called Breaking Up Is Hard To Do.  It was a massive hit and often you’ll hear it referred to by people in the midst of a breakup or a tough situation, but in some cases, tough as it might be, it ends up being for the better.  I’m not getting into a philosophical discussion about relationships, of course, I’m talking about breaking up in the industry of professional wrestling.

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WWE Smackdown - September 12th 2014 - Recap

By Rodney Remo

Nine days before Night of Champions, SmackDown featured an International Arm Wrestling Contest, duelingstuntmen, finisher-maneuver-stealing Divas and a huge tag team showdown. In the midst of complete and utter bedlam in SmackDown’s opening 8-Man Tag Team Match, Big Show delivered the KO Punch to Goldust, paving the way for Jey Uso — injured knee and all — to drop in with the Samoan Splash off the top rope for the win.

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Flashback of the Week - September 11th 2014

By Kayleigh Portrey

Flashback to Summerslam 2000 and the triple threat WWF Championship match between Kurt Angle, Triple H and The Rock (c) courtesy of Kayleigh Portrey’s Flashback of the Week.

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The JKWrestling Star of the Week - September 8th 2014: John Cena

“The Champ” may be criticised by the majority of internet wrestling fans, but there’s no doubting that he dominated WWE television this week with huge tag victories on both Raw and Smackdown. With Brock Lesnar on the horizon, it’s probably a good thing he’s being so focussed upon by the ‘E’.

The JKWrestling Star of the Week - September 8th 2014: John Cena

“The Champ” may be criticised by the majority of internet wrestling fans, but there’s no doubting that he dominated WWE television this week with huge tag victories on both Raw and Smackdown. With Brock Lesnar on the horizon, it’s probably a good thing he’s being so focussed upon by the ‘E’.


The JKWrestling Match of the Week - September 8th 2014: Gail Kim def. Taryn Terrell in a Knockouts Title match on Impact Wrestling

These two talented women provided one of the matches of the year in 2013, and their match this past week on Impact was certainly worthy of landing them both the match of the week this week. Kim is perhaps the best ever in-ring women’s wrestler and she always creates magic in the ring with Taryn Terrell, so this pacey back and forth affair was not only entertaining, but it meant something courtesy of its stipulation and the backstory between the pair.

The JKWrestling Match of the Week - September 8th 2014: Gail Kim def. Taryn Terrell in a Knockouts Title match on Impact Wrestling

These two talented women provided one of the matches of the year in 2013, and their match this past week on Impact was certainly worthy of landing them both the match of the week this week. Kim is perhaps the best ever in-ring women’s wrestler and she always creates magic in the ring with Taryn Terrell, so this pacey back and forth affair was not only entertaining, but it meant something courtesy of its stipulation and the backstory between the pair.

Women’s Wrestling: From Side Show to Big Time

Unstoppable Forces and Immovable Objects - Old School Is Cool! 

By Vincent Ferrari

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Impact Wrestling - September 3rd 2014 - Recap

By Vincent Ferrari

This week’s Impact Wrestling came to the table with some big promises, but could it deliver?  Without giving too much away, I’m just going to say not only that it could, but it did, and yet again TNA was the best wrestling to watch this week.  This is becoming a regular occurence; it’s a shame that last year’s mismanagement has made the company so unappealing to fans, but I for one am enjoying the product week after week, especially since they got out of that dead zone they call the Impact Zone.  If they never do another taping from that place I’ll be the happiest person alive.

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WWE NXT - September 4th 2014 - Recap

By Vincent Ferrari

Next week is Takeover, which means that this week is the last chance to get all the ducks in a row before the big event.  I have faith that they will, though, as NXT has been consistently good since I started watching back in March.  Anyway, let’s see how things line up for next week’s big 2-hour spectacular…

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WWE Smackdown - September 5th 2014 - Recap

By Rodney Remo

On an unforgettable edition of SmackDown, 10 of WWE’s top Superstars squared off in an epic tag team clash, a “Total Diva” ran into the Divas Champion’s Ram-Paige and Rusev accepted Mark Henry’s mighty challenge. John Cena kicked off SmackDown with an impassioned message to the WWE Universe. At WWE Night of Champions the Cenation leader made it clear that he will get redemption when he faces Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The 15-time World Champion’s fiery speech soon produced a standoff between an all-star lineup of Superstars that WWE COO Triple H proclaimed would make for a great main event clash. As a result, it was announced that Corporate Kane, Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper & Erick Rowan would battle John Cena, Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, Big Show & Mark Henry in a massive 10-Man Tag Team Match!

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The Top 10 Most Underrated WWE & TNA Talents

Following on from last months inaugural “top 10″ post – The Top 10 Greatest TNA Moments – the team at JKWrestling have banged our heads together to form this list; the top 10 most underrated current WWE & TNA talents. While the likes of Dolph Ziggler would’ve been shoe-ins if this list was about “underappreciated” talents, the current Intercontinental Champion will not be a part of this top 10 as we are judging based on public opinion as well as their position in their company, not just the latter. So, without any further ado, let’s get this started!
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The Top 10 Most Underrated WWE & TNA Talents

Following on from last months inaugural “top 10″ post – The Top 10 Greatest TNA Moments – the team at JKWrestling have banged our heads together to form this list; the top 10 most underrated current WWE & TNA talents. While the likes of Dolph Ziggler would’ve been shoe-ins if this list was about “underappreciated” talents, the current Intercontinental Champion will not be a part of this top 10 as we are judging based on public opinion as well as their position in their company, not just the latter. So, without any further ado, let’s get this started!

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The JKWrestling Star of the Week: September 1st 2014 - Sgt. Chris Melendez

The way that TNA produced the debut of injured war veteran Sgt. Chris Melendez was nothing short of sensational. With Kurt Angle, Mr. Anderson and Team 3D in the ring to explain the journey of the Iraqfrontline veteran before revealing he was an amputee. It was a truly feel good moment in wrestling, something we don’t get much of these days.

The JKWrestling Star of the Week: September 1st 2014 - Sgt. Chris Melendez

The way that TNA produced the debut of injured war veteran Sgt. Chris Melendez was nothing short of sensational. With Kurt Angle, Mr. Anderson and Team 3D in the ring to explain the journey of the Iraqfrontline veteran before revealing he was an amputee. It was a truly feel good moment in wrestling, something we don’t get much of these days.


The JKWrestling Match of the Week - September 1st 2014: Team 3D def. The Hardys & The Wolves in a 3 Way Tag Match on Impact Wrestling

TNA’s new emphasis on wrestling and, particularly, the tag team division, has brought about a new concept: the tag team series to determine the best tag team in the world. With The Hardy’s, Team 3D and The Wolves involved, you’d be hard pressed to disagree with the winners having the right to call themselves the absolute best in the industry. This week’s debut of the concept brought about a masterclass in tag team wrestling that featured an array of double team moves, high flying spots, and one huge 3D, to win it the JKWrestling match of the week.

The JKWrestling Match of the Week - September 1st 2014: Team 3D def. The Hardys & The Wolves in a 3 Way Tag Match on Impact Wrestling

TNA’s new emphasis on wrestling and, particularly, the tag team division, has brought about a new concept: the tag team series to determine the best tag team in the world. With The Hardy’s, Team 3D and The Wolves involved, you’d be hard pressed to disagree with the winners having the right to call themselves the absolute best in the industry. This week’s debut of the concept brought about a masterclass in tag team wrestling that featured an array of double team moves, high flying spots, and one huge 3D, to win it the JKWrestling match of the week.